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Nov 10, 2012 7:00am EST
of commentary during the election about how neither candidate put forth a clear policy agenda for the coming years, and there's some truth to that, but they both made clear the outlines of their policies, including fiscal policy. the balance between tax increases and spending to the achieve fiscal balance, who would bear the burden of it, and so on. so i think the president is quite right to say he won, mitt romney lost, and, therefore, his vision for what fiscal policy should be which is that it's going -- that solving our fiscal problem's going to require both revenue increases and spending increases, that it's okay to have -- spending decreases, excuse me, that it's okay to have spending decreases or holding down the rate of growth more accurately be the bigger part of the package than what you do on the revenue side but the revenues have to be a part of it, and those revenues should come heavily from those who can afford to contribute to them. the people who makeover $250,000. so i think the president is right to insist on those principles, but we also have to remember the republicans co
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